The Week

August 1935
New Republic;8/28/35, Vol. 84 Issue 1082, p57
The article addresses various political issues around the globe as of August 1935. It begins on the situation arising from the Italian-Ethiopian conflict. The intervention of the U.S. and Great Britain in the conflict is discussed. This article also comments on the move of U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt to sign a social security bill into a law.


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